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#timetotransform make that change today

<p>Wellbeing Activity - Creating a daily routine<br/>
In these uncertain times it can be hard to manage our feelings and keep a sense of ‘normality’. Especially as our typical daily routine might have changed. </p>

<p>Creating a new at home routine can help with our mood and wellbeing, it also helps our brain make sense of things. It helps us focus on what we can do to keep ourselves healthy, safe and well. </p>

<p>Here are some example’s of staff and young people’s daily routines, along with a blank template you can print off to create your own. </p>

<p>Tips for making your new routine - include activities that help you relax, feel connected, keep healthy by getting fresh air or exercise if possible, keeping clean (wash & get dressed, even if into clean pjs) & create a challenge or one must-do task for the day. (This task can be anything.) </p>

<p>Yesterday I didn’t do this and I could tell by how I felt, especially by the evening. Today I have done my daily routine and feel calmer, happier and proactive. I’ve set myself the smallest tasks to complete and it’s okay if they have taken all day to do.</p>

<p>#wellbeing #selfcare #routine #emotionalhealth #emotionaleducation #tips #tipsoftheday #charity #selfisolation #productivity<br/>
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Wellbeing Activity - Creating a daily routine
In these uncertain times it can be hard to manage our feelings and keep a sense of ‘normality’. Especially as our typical daily routine might have changed.

Creating a new at home routine can help with our mood and wellbeing, it also helps our brain make sense of things. It helps us focus on what we can do to keep ourselves healthy, safe and well.

Here are some example’s of staff and young people’s daily routines, along with a blank template you can print off to create your own.

Tips for making your new routine - include activities that help you relax, feel connected, keep healthy by getting fresh air or exercise if possible, keeping clean (wash & get dressed, even if into clean pjs) & create a challenge or one must-do task for the day. (This task can be anything.)

Yesterday I didn’t do this and I could tell by how I felt, especially by the evening. Today I have done my daily routine and feel calmer, happier and proactive. I’ve set myself the smallest tasks to complete and it’s okay if they have taken all day to do.

#wellbeing #selfcare #routine #emotionalhealth #emotionaleducation #tips #tipsoftheday #charity #selfisolation #productivity
https://www.instagram.com/p/B-KOkkVhwIs/?igshid=zb6hb1agquo6

March 25th 2020

Our Breakaway groups have now broken up for Christmas and finished the year with 2 wonderful local showcases!🎶🎭

Breakaway in Mansfield returns on Tuesday 7th January 2020 and Breakaway in Beeston returns on Wednesday 8th January 2020. If you’d like to join us please contact Siobhan on 07400242017 / Siobhan.d@transformtraining.org.uk

Merry Christmas!🎄🎅

#breakaway #learningdisability #music #drama #nottinghamshire #mansfield #beeston

December 18th 2019

Beeston Breakaway group had a great afternoon performing some of our favourite Christmas songs at the Season of Lights 🎅🎄

Thank you to everyone who came to see us and joined in 😄🎶

#breakaway #learningdisability #music #christmasperformance #beeston #nottinghamshire #seasonoflights

November 30th 2019

WORKSOP PRIORY CHRISTMAS TREE FESTIVAL🎄

Wednesday 27th November - Sunday 1st December

Our Breakaway Ambassadors have designed a tree that is on display at Worksop Priory this week as part of their Christmas Tree Festival. They created 24 Christmas inspired envelopes and put one good deed in each. We hope the community will take inspiration from our good deeds and choose one of their own to complete in the run up to Christmas.

Please pop down and take a look if you have time this week!

#breakawayambassadors #youthwork #learningdisability #nottinghamshire #iwill #powerofyouth #socialaction #timetotransform

November 27th 2019

We had a great morning down at the Ikano Robin Hood Race Village with some of our Breakaway members and their parents and carers taking part in the Nottingham Mile challenge.

Well done everyone- you all did brilliantly!🏃‍♂️ Also a big thank you to everyone who came to support us and cheer us over the finish line 😁

#breakaway #nottingham #learningdisability #nottinghammilechallenge #robinhoodhalfmarathon #communitycharitypartner #fundraising

September 28th 2019
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September 18th 2019

The Breakaway core group had a great day at Calke Abbey today learning about the “Isolated Baronet”, Sir Henry Harpur. We got lots of inspiration to be able to plan future sessions, workshops and performances!

Thank you to everyone at Calke Abbey who helped us have a brilliant day!😊

#calkeabbey #nationaltrust #heritagelotteryfund #learningdisability #isolation #loneliness #derbyshire

July 20th 2019

Yesterday, our music tutor, Morag, realised it had been 5 years since the first Breakaway session in Beeston which both herself and Philippa attended! We all celebrated by making A LOT of noise!!

If you’d like to get involved with Breakaway, get in touch with Siobhan on 07400242017 or at siobhan.d@transformtraining.org.uk

Tuesdays- Mansfield

Wednesdays- Beeston

Thursdays- Coalville

#breakaway #nottinghamshire #beeston #mansfield #northwestleicestershire #leicestershire #coalville #learningdisability #birthday #5years

July 11th 2019

Beeston Breakaway had a great morning performing at the Broxtowe Community Celebration Summer Event on Saturday! It was great to see so much support for our young people who sung 2 songs about being lonely and how to make yourself feel better!

#breakaway #learningdisability #nottingham #broxtowe

July 8th 2019

After receiving a donation from Caterpillar a couple of months ago, Beeston Breakaway were invited to the Factory for a tour and to take part in some fun activities!

Thank you so much to Shaun, Kayley and all the team for giving us this opportunity and being so accommodating and welcoming!

#caterpillar #breakaway #nottingham #leicester #learningdisability

May 29th 2019
<p>Do you want to find out more about volunteering with @transformtraininguk <br/>
Come to one of our information sessions this Thursday (21st March)<br/>
We have a 1-2pm & a 6-7pm slot.<br/>
To book contact @sophieforbestaylor on 07921 800755 or sophie.t@transformtraining.org.uk<br/>
#volunteer #volunteering #makeadifference #charity #nottinghamshire #mansfield #youngpeople #hatecrime #standuptohate #bethechange #youthwork  (at Mansfield, Nottinghamshire)<br/>
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Do you want to find out more about volunteering with @transformtraininguk
Come to one of our information sessions this Thursday (21st March)
We have a 1-2pm & a 6-7pm slot.
To book contact @sophieforbestaylor on 07921 800755 or sophie.t@transformtraining.org.uk
#volunteer #volunteering #makeadifference #charity #nottinghamshire #mansfield #youngpeople #hatecrime #standuptohate #bethechange #youthwork (at Mansfield, Nottinghamshire)
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March 18th 2019

Script writing at last night’s Breakaway group in Worksop #drama #campaign #youngpeople #disability #nottinghamshire

February 13th 2019

Forest Way Breakaway’s final presentation of their campaign which really impressed one of the Assistant Headteachers! They’d like more lunchtime clubs in school which are accessible and inclusive for all students! #campaignforchange #disability

February 11th 2019

Over the last week, we’ve had Leon Taylor visiting our Breakaway groups. Leon shared his experiences with us about living with Cerebral Palsy, taking part in the paralympics and his campaigning work. This meant he was able to help us with our campaigns. Thank you Leon! #disability #campaign #workingforchange

February 4th 2019

Campaign planning has been in full swing at Worksop and Beeston Breakaway groups! #worksop #beeston #nottinghamshire #campaign #planning #voting #makeachange

January 17th 2019